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Definitions of Active Employer and Inactive Employer

Thursday, 30 August 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Ernest Roper
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Members are requested to please take note of the following directive from Department of Labour:

"Government Gazette no.41961 of 23 August 2018 

Compensation for Occupational and Diseases Act: Definitions of Active Employer and Inactive Employer | South African Government

With regards to the submission of Return of Earnings (ROE), the Department of Labour has issued the following directive regarding the definitions of an “Active Employer” and “Inactive Employer”

“Active Employer” means an employer that is carrying on business in the Republic and is registered with the Compensation Fund as required by section 80(1) of Compensation for Occupational and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 and has complied with the provisions of section 82 of the Act with regards to the submission of Return of Earning (ROE).

"Inactive Employer" means an employer that has notified the Compensation Fund that it has:

a) Ceased to carry on business or that there are no employees employed by the business; or

b) Failed to submit ROEs for the past four (4) consecutive years of Assessment excluding the current year of Assessment.

COMPENSATION FUND COMMISSIONER"

Jannie Matthee | Human Resources & Facilities Manager


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